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Sissonville High School dismissing students early today

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Sissonville High School students will be dismissed at 11:30 a.m. this morning because of a lack of air conditioning, according to a message from Kanawha County Schools.

Sissonville High School dismissing students early today

CHARLESTON, W.Va. -- Sissonville High School students will be dismissed at 11:30 a.m. this morning because of a lack of air conditioning, according to a message from Kanawha County Schools.

Youth assaulted in Oak Hill park

Oak Hill police are investigating an assault on a teenager in Oak Hill City Park.

City police could not be reached for comment this morning, but Oak Hill City Manager Bill Hannabass confirmed that a middle school student was assaulted in the...

Former foreman sues Murray Energy over firing

A former Murray Energy preparation plant foreman is suing the company, alleging she was fired because she did not make campaign contributions to Murray CEO Bob Murray’s preferred political candidates, according to a legal complaint filed in...

Panel: Meth cooks dodge drugstore restrictions

As drugstore chains in West Virginia take steps to limit sales of cold medications that fuel methamphetamine labs, meth cooks have found ways to circumvent the restrictions, according to speakers at a Tuesday symposium on the clandestine labs....

Former Winfield Planning Commission member suing city, mayor

WINFIELD — A former member of the Winfield Planning Commission is suing the city and its mayor, who he says wrongfully removed him from the board and slandered him at a public meeting.

George Armstrong is...

Beckman-Counts
Beckman-Counts

Lindsey Megan Counts and John Frederick Beckman were married at St. Timothy Lutheran Church on August 2, 2014. The Rev. Rafe Allison officiated.

The bride is an auditor with the West Virginia State Auditor's Office. She is a graduate of...

Steve White: Worker wages not to blame for W.Va. Pharmacy Board renovation costs

Phil Kabler’s Labor Day column about cost overruns at the West Virginia Board of Pharmacy headquarters renovation project had a number of glaring inaccuracies I’d like to address. I think, however, he’s on target with the...

DEP rule called ‘practical step’ on tank inspections

Tomblin administration officials Tuesday unveiled a temporary rule aimed at easing the first round of chemical storage tank inspections the industry is required to complete by Jan. 1 under the law passed to try to prevent a repeat of the January spill ...

Brooke County weighing smoking ban

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Another West Virginia locality is considering going smoke free.

The latest is Brooke County, which will take up the proposed smoking ban at a hearing in early October. The move comes weeks after Hancock County went...

Walmart remains state’s largest private employer

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – Walmart continues to be the largest private employer in West Virginia.

Based on the available records provided by WorkForce West Virginia, Walmart has been the state’s top private sector employer since at least...

W.Va. ag stats available online

CHARLESTON, W.Va. – From corn to cows, a compendium of all things agricultural in West Virginia is now available online.

The Annual Bulletin of the West Virginia Agricultural Statistic Service is the source. It reveals that the state is...

Marshall County teacher facing charges suspended

MOUNDSVILLE, W.Va. – A Marshall County teacher charged with possessing child erotica has been suspended from his job.

Police charged John Marshall High School teacher David Duane Will Jr. in August after he pleaded guilty to battery...

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